Everyone knows that if you want a super high-end gaming rig, you need to get an Alienware PC. And that's exactly what Major League Gaming was looking for when choosing a PC for their upcoming 2011 Pro Circuit season.
Starting on April 1st in Dallas, Texas, MLG pro-gamers will compete on Alienware's most powerful desktop PCs for a total of 6 live competitions throughout the 2011 season. At each venue, fans will be given the opportunity to try Alienware PCs first-hand at special "game stations".
Additionally, Alienware and MLG will be teaming up to broadcast exclusive tournaments on MLG.tv.
Major League Gaming CEO, Sundance DiGiovanni, was particularly proud of this morning's announcement, stating:
With our growing community of dedicated PC gamers, we recognized how important it was to provide the ultimate hardware for use in competitive play and worked with Alienware to bring in the best machines available,
We are excited to have Alienware as part of the 2011 Pro Circuit and look forward to showcasing hours of gameplay action on their machines at our events, online and beyond.